A remarkable day of progress. Finished the final sanding before lunch and began the French Polish after a bite. First the pore filling. Then the first applications with a munica made from a material other than cotton. It is working remarkably better and these ukes are beginning to glow a bit already.
Curly Koa binding and high grade East Indian Rosewood.
Curly Big Leaf Maple binding and Bubinga
Pretty wood beginning to glow after only two applications. Love this new cloth!
Shows a little lighter in the natural sunlight.
The bear claw begins to pop in the sunlight. The Redwood will darken
And so the weary luthier sits with his martini at the end of the day, admiring his beauties. The setting sun is streaming through the window and all is right with the world.